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Film Review: LITTLE WOMEN

Chalamet is a disaster as the object of desire of 2 of the Little Women. He’s like the fifth sister hugging his knees and prancing around. He’s prettier and thinner than his co-stars. The March sisters are bores. They keep … Continue reading

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Film Review: “Little Women” Offers Powerful Performances in a Muddled Narrative

Little Women (Greta Gerwig, 2019) 2½ out of 4 stars. There is much to admire in Greta Gerwig’s cinematic version of Louis May Alcott’s 1868 novel Little Women – the latest in a long line of adaptations dating back to the silent … Continue reading

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Film Review: Terrific “The Post” Chronicles Great American Journalism

The Post (Steven Spielberg, 2017) 3½ out of 4 stars. Join me, dear moviegoer, on a journey back in time to when the fourth estate brought down a presidency through the exercise of its craft. Believers in their positions as … Continue reading

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